• Evansville Man Arrested for Restraining & Battering 14-Year-Old Boy

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    State Police arrested a 25-year-old Evansville Man Monday for tying a 14-year-old acquaintance to a tree in a Pike County cemetery and battering him. Christopher Grubb allegedly battered the 14-year-old Warrick County boy on June 13th. He allegedly zip-tied the boy a tree while he questioned him for about an hour concerning an alleged incident […]

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  • The Search for Missing Bloomfield Woman Continues

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    The search continues for a missing Greene County woman. Indiana State Police say another search was conducted this past weekend for Marina Boelter who was last seen New Year’s Eve. The Indiana State Police and the Greene County Prosecutor’s Office, along with community volunteers all joined the Vigo County Search and Rescue Team to conduct […]

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  • Pipe Replacements Underway on SR 61 in Pike Co.

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    The Indiana Department of Transportation says two pipe replacement projects got underway today in Pike County. The first is on State Road 61 near East County Road 50 and the Pike County Highway Garage. The second project is on S.R. 61 near Pike Central High School. Both projects will require short road closures while crews […]

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  • Birdseye Man Injured in ATV/Truck Collision

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    A Dubois County man was seriously injured Sunday afternoon when his ATV collided with a pick-up truck in Perry County. Indiana Conservation Officers say 19-year-old Aaron Huff was airlifted to University of Louisville Hospital with severe head trauma and broken bones. Huff was not wearing a helmet or any safety equipment at the time. Authorities […]

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  • Conservation Officers Encourage Knowledge of Swift Moving Waters

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    Indiana Conservation Officers made multiple rescues from swift-moving floodwaters throughout Indiana on Sunday. 12 people were rescued in unrelated incidents in four counties. Conservation Officers strongly encourage the public to stay out of rivers and streams following heavy rainfall. Tree stumps and debris at normal water levels are now underwater, creating objects that can overturn […]

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